VisionTV Launches Diversity Campaign--'Canada's Diversity is a Source of Strength
VisionTV, launched a new advertising campaign this week that celebrates diversity as one of this country's most valuable assets. The campaign, themed "Many beliefs. One strong nation", consists of seven 30-second on-air spots produced by VisionTV's Marketing & Communications team. It also includes print advertising and a Web component. The spots, adapted from the VisionTV interview series Credo, feature prominent Canadians such as actor Tonya Lee Williams, chef Susur Lee, architect Douglas Cardinal and author Ken Wiwa speaking about the beliefs that guide them. Toronto-based Alisdair Jones Designs created the animation for the campaign. Click here for more information the VisionTV diversity initiative.
S-VOX and APTN support fund in memory of Aboriginal broadcaster Suzanne Rochon-Burnett
S-VOX, Canada's foremost provider of multimedia content on spirituality and personal growth, is proud to partner with the National Screen Institute-Canada (NSI) and the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) in the creation of a fund to honour Aboriginal media pioneer Suzanne Rochon-Burnett. Ms. Rochon-Burnett, who died on April 2, 2006, was a Canadian Métis business woman and a Member of the Order of Canada. She was the first Aboriginal Canadian person to own a private commercial radio station, and a prominent supporter of business, broadcasting and the arts in native communities. S-VOX and APTN will each contribute $2,500 annually over three years to allow a female candidate from the Métis community to participate in one of NSI's film and television training programs. Click here for more information about NSI training programs and application deadlines.
VisionTV, NSI name writers to join DiverseTV training program
Six aspiring screenwriters from across Canada have been chosen to participate in the first DiverseTV training program. Launched in September 2005 by VisionTV and the National Screen Institute - Canada (NSI), this groundbreaking program offers visible minority and Aboriginal writers the chance to create a dramatic television series for national broadcast.
VisionTV Diversity News - As Canada's national multi-faith broadcaster, VisionTV is committed to celebratingthe spiritual and cultural diversity of this country.
VisionTV Presents First Annual Canada Day Mela - July 1, 2005
VisionTV, Canada's multi-faith and multicultural broadcaster, presented this special Canada Day event celebrating cultural and spiritual diversity, and designed to showcase this country's unique multicultural mosaic.